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Amax in AR-15

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Unread 02-27-2004, 06:57 PM
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Amax in AR-15

I know this isnt exactly a hunting type question, but I though I might find someone with some experience in this:

Anyone shoot 75gr amax in their AR15?

I want to use Varget. Any recipes? Any cycling problems?

Also, what are the published min/max loads for Varget? OAL?

Trying to work up something nice for high power competition. Have a friend who's stuck on trying 75 amax and varget in his AR and I am trying to help. Thanks.
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    Unread 02-28-2004, 04:12 AM
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    Re: Amax in AR-15

    You need tighter than a 1:9 to get good results. The only way I have seen anyone get good results with a 1:9 is by pushing them hard!!!
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    Re: Amax in AR-15

    H-Bar-- i'm doing pretty good with the A-Max @ 2950 mv (Rel 15) from a 26" Shilen-- .223 AI.

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